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Caption: Sulphur tuft mushrooms (Hypholoma fasciculare) growing on a tree stump in a spruce (Picea) forest. Sulphur tuft muchrooms are very common, and are known to be poisonous, causing vomiting, diarrhoea and abdominal pain. Filmed in Denmark.

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Sulphur tuft mushrooms

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